Hidden Vacation Spots
If you are looking for a quiet vacation that offers an unforgettable experience, you don't have to look very far. There are some hidden vacation sports right around the corner.
There is a lot more to the state than Fargo. Home to Roosevelt National State Park, Lewis and Clark Trail of forts and museums and the Northern Prairie, North Dakota offers a lot of wildlife, educational attractions and few people.
Gulf Coast, Alabama
Consider Alabama's gulf beaches as an alternative to Florida. Less crowded and less expensive, the state's small towns offer a quaint, relaxing getaway.
If you like music, Nashville is the perfect vacation spot. Home to country music and the Grand Olde Opry House, Nashville also offers world-class barbecue, which provides visitors the chance to see live music while eating great food.
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota
Not many people outside of Minnesota realize the twin city is one of the country's best hubs for theater. There are more theater seats per capita than any U.S. city besides New York. The state also invented the modern shopping mall and has the world's largest indoor shopping center.
San Antonio, Texas
If you start with the city's famed River Walk, you might not make it anywhere else. Filled with restaurants, bars and shops, the Paseo Del Rio offers a great relaxing vacation in the heart of a bustling modern city.
Nestled high in the rockies, Denver might be thought of as a ski vacation destination, but also offers some of the best rock climbing, fly fishing and river rafting in the country.
Northern New York State
There's more to New York than New York. Lots of cities along Lake Ontario offer a cheap destination filled with activities from fishing and boating to theater and live music.